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    Spirit of Fortitude

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    *Style: Luxury Yacht
    *Setting: Coastal
    *Location: Oban

    *Capacity: 12
    *Rooms: 6
    *Bathrooms: Ensuite

    The perfect luxury accommodation for your next adventure.

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    The Spirit of Fortitude is a 33 meter tri-deck exclusive super yacht brimming with character that offers a luxurious base from which to explore Scotland’s magical west coast. Expect a handcrafted interior that blends a classic Scottish feel with a contemporary twist.

    With six sumptuous state bedrooms on board as well as several open communal areas for relaxing (including a “whisky viewing room”!), the Spirit of Fortitude is a great private charter yacht for corporate or family groups alike. With passenger numbers limited to 12, this 120-foot luxury super yacht has ample space on board but never feels too crowded. The Spirit of Fortitude is truly the ultimate way to see and explore Scotland’s rugged and wild coastlines and islands in style and comfort.

    Accommodation Highlights

    • Private super yacht perfect for exploring Scotland's west coast.
    • The yacht boasts 6 sumptuous staterooms, each having a private dining area and ensuite bathroom.
    • Due to its size, the Spirit of Fortitude can access remote corners of Scotland that many other larger vessels can't.

    Local Experiences

    Tour of the Whisky Islands

    Visit Scotland’s famous whisky islands – Islay, Jura and Skye by boat. Famed more than all the others for its whisky production is Islay. At around 25 miles long, and 20 miles at its widest, this little island packs a punch on the world whisky stage with their iconic brands. It’s a whisky lover’s delight with distilleries around every corner. Jura is a sparsely-populated mountainous island that is home to one distillery and more deer than people. Author George Orwell wrote is famous dystopian novel 1984 here while suffering terribly from tuberculosis. The island distillery launched a 1984 inspired Jura malt. Skye’s iconic Talisker whisky is made by the sea and it seems obvious with its distinctive maritime flavours of salt and smoke.

    Small Isles Cruise

    Explore the far reaching corners of Scotland in comfort and style and access some of Scotland’s lesser known islands in the company of an expert guide such as the Small Isles of Eigg and Rum or the Isle of Raasay. The day will be carefully tailored to suit your parties specific interests and abilities.

    Journey to the Outer Hebrides & St Kilda

    Discover the Outer Hebrides, the beautiful archipelago far off Scotland’s west coast where time has stood still. Gain insight into the rich tapestry of island life, history and geology.

    Go a little further and see the rarely visited St Kilda, an uninhabited archipelago (abandoned in 1930) located 50 miles west of the Outer Hebrides. It is also one of the few destinations in the world to hold a double UNESCO World Heritage Status – that puts it on a level with Machu Picchu and the Pyramids of Egypt! Since few travel here this is a true adventure experience for those that want to get off the beaten path during their stay.

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